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Old   June 7, 2004, 05:36
Default quantity of gas flowing through a pipe
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I am a Chemistry researcher and not really familiar with fluid flow dynamics. Can anyone help me to solve the problem below.

I want to calculate the quantity of gas I am entrapping in a sample loop when I use a fast switching valve. The following parametres are known

1. Gas flow rate 2. volume of the loop

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